It’s official. The latest Vehicle Satisfaction Awards have been handed out by AutoPacific and we notice that at least three new cars on the list that could be affordable for many credit-challenged borrowers.
All three of these family cars not only represent a good value but also have a starting MSRP of under $19,000 – a fact of particular importance to borrowers with bad credit.
We review the list of what the folks at Edmunds.com believe are the 24 new cars in their respective categories that have the highest projected residual value after 5 years and narrow it down to five that could be affordable to consumers with credit issues.
We go over the latest report from Autotrader to find the best certified pre-owned programs for consumers with less than perfect credit.
NADA used car price index falls for the fifth straight month with midsize, compact and, especially, subcompact cars becoming even more affordable this year.
With summer right around the corner, we present the least expensive new cars available for buyers with bad credit in May of 2016.
The latest national report from Equifax on credit trends reveals low auto loan delinquency rates across the board, including those for credit-challenged consumers.